Issue 2 of The Phonogram (II), published June 1900.
An Acrostic Dancing to the Phongraph Doggerel, "D" Married by Phonograph A Love Story Sad Phonographic Story Saluting a Phonograph Music Paralyzes Caterpillars The Story of the Phonograph June Notes New Edison Records
Please note, there are several magazines titled 'Phonogram'. This is the
publication edited by Herbert A. Shattuck for Edison's National
Phonograph Company between 1900 and 1902. A date/title index is
forthcoming at the Media History Digital Library.
Uploaded to Archive.org by the National Recording Preservation Board. Scanned from microfilm as original issues are scarce. Please excuse the quality of some images. Thanks to Patrick Feaster for lending the films.
September 5, 2016 Subject:
Entertaining but sad
This is entertaining if you are in the mood for this kind of thing. There is an interesting article about dances being accompanied by phonograph music, and a series of pictures depicting a woman listening to a cylinder, plus various other things.
But the list of new records for the month is sad. I searched some of the records on the UCSB Cylinder Audio Archive, and couldn't find downloadable copies of them. They hold a few of the records, but don't have digital copies of them.
It would be a shame if none of the records mentioned in this 116-year-old publication were to survive.